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Adult Growth Hormones

So What Do Adult Growth Hormones And Proteins Have To Do With It?

When you don’t sleep well, it may be that you are not producing enough adult growth hormones.

And these are vital to your well-being.

This page takes a closer look…

 

While you sleep, your brain releases tiny chemical messengers called 'hormones'.

When you are in the deep sleep phase (non - REM sleep ), your body produces significantly more adult growth hormones (prolactin and testosterone).

And adult growth hormones enable your body to repair and regenerate.

 

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What's more, your body's cells increase the production, and reduce the breakdown of 'proteins' during deep sleep (non-REM sleep). And proteins are needed for your cell growth and for the repair of damage caused by factors such as stress and ultra-violet rays!

So this is why deep sleep (non-REM sleep) is so important! Because without it...

... your body cannot heal and recover!

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ADULT GROWTH HORMONES So let's recap...

If you have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or Fibromyalgia you are likely to have disturbed deep sleep , which means that...

...your brain does not release enough adult growth hormones. It also means that your cells do not produce as much protein and do not slow down in breaking down the protein they are producing. So this means that...

...your body isn't repairing and restoring itself enough, which means that...

... you always feel tired, exhausted and unrefreshed! ADULT GROWTH HORMONES

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